Ashland area class will see kids take to the kitchen

April 30, 2018 by  

The planners of an Ashland area workshop will show kids that it is never too early to learn how to cook by giving them some hands-on experience in the kitchen.

The young chefs will be learning what it takes to craft their very own pizza at Matchbox Vintage Pizza Bistro. The participants will also receive a tour of the kitchen and its equipment and find out more about safe cooking.

Each of the students in the class will have a chance to make their own pizza and choose the favorite toppings to include, and they will also pay a visit to the make your own sundae bar. Here, they will find a variety of toppings they can use to make a custom ice cream treat. Chef’s hats, crayons, and coloring pages will also be distributed, and items like these can be sourced from local printing services provider that crafts branded promotional products.

The organizers of the morning noted that it is suitable for kids age 5 to 12, and the ticket price is $30. This fee includes both the gratuity and tax.

The location for this pizza making party is 11720 West Broad Street in Richmond. It is set to begin at 10:00 am on June 2, and anyone who would like to find out more about this class or any other events hosted by the organizer have been invited to visit its website.

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